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Music Videographer Marking History Of Bands Before They Disappear

Dave Peck, 35, a database administrator from East Haven who now lives in Ansonia, has witnessed 168 unique band performances in the last 207 days — one for every 30 hours that have passed. As you're reading this, he's probably seeing a live band or editing footage of one.

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